BBC Parliament
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Where that to be applied to health spending across the board, many of the exchanges we have had across the dispatch box in the last 12 months of soul could have been a little less lively. Despite this increase in spending, the Minister will be aware that there are serious concerns still being raised about the availability of new treatments. I would like to take a few moments to read some of the specific concerns patients have had. And the budget impact test that could see.
Cotswold Journal
2 hours
HUNDREDS of tributes have been paid to a hugely popular teacher and “heart and soul” of Bromsgrove Prep School, who has sadly died at the age of 67.
The Guardian - Media
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The Trump White House approaches language with the same roughshod entitlement he’s applying to the presidency. His sloppy lies and vague promises must not stop us holding him to account With only a week left of his first 100 days in officetraditionally a milestone for American presidentsDonald Trump sat down with the Associated Press to reflect on his accomplishments (sic) and preemptively brag about future ones. This remarkable artefact, a transcript of which AP then released in full , captures, more than any other piece of media (except perhaps Trump’s Twitter feed ), the unifying ethos of the Trump White House: weaponised nonsense. The interview is deep, pure, tangy, umami Trump. I felt like I was reading one of those children’s stories in which a villain’s soul is written into a book and imprisoned there for ever – only without, in America’s case, such a happy ending.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
coastline, Diana and our landscape is good for the soul. We are situated in the Lake District natural park boundary, which I really do hope will become natural park boundary, which I really do hope will become the second world Heritage site of Copeland, complementing Hadrian 's Wall. We eagerly await a decision in July to confirm another world first, the first UNESCO world Heritage site to include an entire national park thanks to a 20 year project.
Politico
5 hours
As Patrick said to us yesterday, “I know what a company is supposed to look like, be like, and smell like to succeed.” Second, his conversation made clear that one of his core values is the importance of great teamwork. Patrick will report directly to Robert and he will work closely with our team, both here in the states and across the globe. Third, Patrick is intensely competitive. Like all great POLITICOs, he loves to win and has years of experience helping companies do that. He is going to use that drive to represent our business in front of important constituencies in Washington and around the world. And last, but certainly not least, Patrick understands that the heart and soul—the power— of POLITICO rests on great, indispensable journalism and the global impact of our reporting. You’ll be hearing from Patrick in the coming days. And you’ll be hearing plenty from us, too.
The Event Chronicle
5 hours
Tension no amount of meditation or healing was able to lift. Tension, that I see now, needed homeopathy to be healed. I am now in love with this fabulous art, for years I’ve paid attention to the army of sceptics constantly invading mainstream media, particularly denigrating the use of homeopathy, the healing method created by Christian Friedrick Samuel Hahnemann back in the 1800’s. Hahnemann himself had to endure much criticism for his work, but he prevailed and left a legacy that has blown many minds and healed many ailments since. Today, the 10 th of April, we celebrate this man born 262 years ago and who spent his life persistently fighting against the mainstream medical field, whilst all the while developing a cleaner, safer, less intrusive(and expensive) way of healing the body, mind and soul. Hahnemann’s chart: Hahnemann was born with a deeply fiery chart, with both the Moon and the Sun in Aries, and the ascendant in Sagittarius, loyal to the nature of fire, he must have been allergic to the coercion the medical field at that time (and now) demanded.
ITV
10 hours
the past. God rest his soul. Start carving, Sophie. How does it feel, Alex? Quite good. I should hope so. It is quite smooth. Alex, we are going to add a challenge to the occasion. Can you do going to add a challenge to the.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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but not one capable of reaching the US, at the moment. But there are, on outside estimates, something like 500 artillery pieces within range of soul. Seoul, the greater metropolitan region, is a city of 35 million people, including a US military base
BBC News 24
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-- the range of the city of soul. Previous presidents have decided that attacking North Korea could well provoke a serious war, and that risk cannot be taken. -- Seoul. What we do not know with.
Fox News
17 hours
The Event Chronicle
18 hours
Beginning as Run-DMC’s road manager, Cohen quickly began taking on additional responsibilities, working on behalf of an artist roster that included Kurtis Blow, Whodini, Run-DMC, LL Cool J, the Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy. By 1987, Cohen himself was signing artists to Rush. These acts included Slick Rick, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince (the latter better known today as Will Smith), Eric B. & Rakim, EPMD, Stetsasonic, De La Soul, and A Tribe Called Quest. “ He ended up promoting rappers such as Jay Z And Kanye West, and today brought rappers such as the Migos and Young Thug to prominence. He eventually became the chairman and chief executive of Warner Music Group, and then founded his label 300 Entertainment with money from Google. Today, he’s actually working with Google. Having been at the center of hip hop from the beginning, and unequivocally involved with the music industry, he is a prime suspect when it comes to engineering culture.
BBC One East
19 hours
Ukip supporters to choose him as their candidate for June eighth. But the multimillionaire has withdrawn from the race. It seems the combination of wealth and influence failed to win over the local party. Mr Banks said tonight, "I have no intention "of standing in the way of "hard-working activists who are the soul of the party"
Variety
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BBC News 24
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just north of Paris. You have just come from headquarters and there must be a lot of soul-searching. You have snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. Yes, we were expecting victory and today is a disaster for all of us and the great disappointment
Mondoweiss
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.. “Because the attack took place in a location without any access roads, we were forced to walk down a steep path for around 40 minutes until we reached asphalt, where an ambulance was waiting,” he continued.“The police who showed up told us to go to the Binyamin police station in order to file a complaint, but when we got there the station was empty not a single soul was there and we had no choice but to leave. If any of the activists want to file a criminal complaint they will have to come back to the station on Sunday.”.... https://972mag.com/watch-masked-settlers-attack-left-wing-activists-in-jordan-valley/126804/ Wave of settler violence hits Palestinian villages in West Bank +972 Blog 23 Apr by Yael Marom Settlers from the radical Yitzhar settlement attack Palestinians in Urif and Huwwara, just one day after Israeli activists were assaulted by masked settlers in the Jordan Valley.
The Huffington Post
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Macron alone came out of this unprecedented political slaughter alive. Yet he knows self-glorification wouldnt be wise at this stage. France is fragile, and another terror attack could make everything fall apart. France is also divided. For the first time since 2002, no candidate surpassed 25 percent in the first round. French people are incensed in the face of glaring inegalitarianism. Establishment parties are crumbling. Politicians are bitter and have taken to tearing each other apart, carrying out sneak attacks to expose and crucify the losers. We all expected blood to be shed among those in the Republican Party, which has not taken defeat lightly. People like Laurent Wauquiez, thick in a legislative battle, said he would refuse to vote for Macron. Meanwhile, the left has some serious soul searching to do. Its true that candidates like Benoît Hamon unambiguously called on their supporters to vote for Macron.
Techradar
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Adweek
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The Week
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The pieces focus on the concept of energy and with its star-studded set of models, the exhibition takes on a certain glitz and glamour. "Increasingly the direction and enquiry of my work is leading me to the ultimate realisation that we are beings of energy," Levine said of the exhibition. "The question of who we are is a mystery I feel is beyond our bandwidth of perception. My objective in creating a portrait is to get closer to the soul and in so doing express the truth of who we really are." The London Evening Standard says Levine looks "at both the technical potential and subliminal properties of light, as well as attempting to unlock the light from within the sitter", in turn offering viewers "the widest possible visual sensation". The Canadian-born photographer, told Time magazine that he never expected to be shooting icons at this stage in his career.
The Week
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Credits Joel Saget, Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images Outsider tipped to beat Marine Le Pen in battle for Frances political soul Reaction Monday, April 24, 2017 - 1:40pm Emmanuel Macron will face the Front National's Marine Le Pen for the French presidency after topping the country's first round of voting See related French election: Macron and Le Pen through to run-off French election: Who is Emmanuel Macron and can he win? Macron, a fresh-faced 39-year-old who began the race as a rank outsider, secured 24 per cent of the vote to become the moderates' hope to keep Le Pen out of the Elysees Palace in the second and final round of voting on 7 May. A banker who served as a financial adviser in President Francois Hollande's administration in 2012, until Sunday Macron had never run for elected office. It has also been a remarkable race for Le Pen, whose efforts to detoxify the party she inherited from her father have paid off in spectacular fashion, winning the Front National 21.
Deadline
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Deadline
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BBC News 24
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A great deal of soul-searching on the right and left. This right-leaning newspaper said that the rate has been KO'd -- the right. Emmanuel Macron, former economy minister, this is the greatest political.